Pachelbel: The Complete Organ Works Vol. 9

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1 Aria A major (POP 9) 5:39 $1.49 Buy
2 Prelude a minor (POP 255) 0:40 $1.49 Buy
3 Fugue a minor (POP 139) 2:33 $1.49 Buy
4 Toccata g minor (POP 277) 2:52 $1.49 Buy
5 Fugue C major (POP 129) 0:52 $1.49 Buy
6 Choral Prelude »Auf meinen lieben Gott« (POP 31) 3:26 $1.49 Buy
7 Choral Prelude »Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz« (POP 81) 2:18 $1.49 Buy
8 Choral Prelude »Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz« (POP 82) 4:16 $1.49 Buy
9 Choral Prelude »Was mein Gott will, das gescheh' allzeit« (POP 83) 2:16 $1.49 Buy
10 Choral Prelude »Was mein Gott will, das gescheh' allzeit« (POP 84) 3:15 $1.49 Buy
11 Choral Prelude »Wenn wir in höchsten Nöthen sein« (POP 86) 1:37 $1.49 Buy
12 Choral Prelude »Wenn wir in höchsten Nöthen sein« (POP 87) 3:07 $1.49 Buy
13 Choral Prelude »Ach wie elend ist unsre Zeit« (POP 24) 4:22 $1.49 Buy
14 Choral Prelude »Gott Vater, der du deine Sonn'« (POP 53) 2:06 $1.49 Buy
15 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 13 (POP 163) 1:48 $1.49 Buy
16 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 14 (POP 164) 2:48 $1.49 Buy
17 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 15 (POP 165) 3:17 $1.49 Buy
18 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 16 (POP 166) 1:40 $1.49 Buy
19 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 17 (POP 167) 1:46 $1.49 Buy
20 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 18 (POP 168) 2:41 $1.49 Buy
21 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 19 (POP 169) 1:45 $1.49 Buy
22 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 20 (POP 170) 2:37 $1.49 Buy
23 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 21 (POP 171) 1:34 $1.49 Buy
24 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 22 (POP 172) 2:49 $1.49 Buy
25 Magnificat primi toni - Fugue 23 (POP 173) 1:29 $1.49 Buy

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Through his music Pachelbel appears not as an eloquent orator but as a specialist in intimate confidences. Often drawn towards a soft and meditative style, Pachelbel was apparently satisfied with the limited resources provided by his small instruments and sought to cultivate neither the dramatic contrasts of the stylus phantasticus, the enticements of chromaticism nor excessive ornamentation. A born melodist, he directed his skills to the elaboration of subtle webs of counterpoint based on pure, almost stark lines, although his ingenuity is masked by the perfection of the writing that seems to flow unimpeded. Clearly, Pachelbel inherited the great southern tradition initiated by Frescobaldi and passed on by Kerll, Poglietti and Froberger.
- Gilles Cantagrel